Top WTA Betting Picks of the Week - March 5th Edition

Top WTA Betting Picks of the Week – March 5th Edition

Written by on March 5, 2018

With the 2018 PNB Paribas event at Indian Wells going down this coming week, WTA betting enthusiasts will have a great chance to cash in with a potentially winning wager on one of the biggest, and best events outside of the four majors.Thanks to the expert analysis and prediction that you’re about to get one the women’s WTA betting portion of the co-ed tournament, you’re going to be well-armed with insightful information that could help you cash in early and often at Indian Wells.Now, let’s get down to business.

Top WTA Betting Picks of the Week – March 5th Edition

Caroline Wozniacki

Woz, the current World No. 2,  is 15-3 on the year and won the Aussie open in January to claim her first grand slam title.

Simona Halep

The World No. 1, Halep is 14-1 on the year with her only loss coming against Woz in the Aussie Open finals.

Serena Williams

She’s been off court for pretty much, 15 months so she’ll need to shake off the rust in a big way. Still, something tells me it’s going to take a fine effort from someone to dispatch the the greatest of all-time.

Venus Williams

Williams, the World No. 8, has just four matches under her belt tis season and is off to a slow, 2-2 start.

Angelique Kerber

World No. 10 Angelique Kerber is 15-3 on the year with one title at Sydney, plus she made the semis at the Aussie Open.

Elina Svitolina

The sweet-swinging Ukrainian World No. 4 is 14-2 on the year with titles at Dubai last month and Brisbane in December.

Karolina Pliskova

The World No. 5, Pliskova is off to a pedestrian 8-4 start on the year with no titles and no final appearances.Which players is a safe bet this week in the WTA betting odds?

Garbine Muguruza

The World No. 3, Muguruza is off to a modest 7-4 start so far this year.

Jelena Ostapenko

The 2017 French Open winner is off to a ugly 3-6 start, but then again, she can blast anyone off the court on any given day and I do mean anyone!

Petra Kvitova

The World No. 9, Kvitova is a blistering 14-2 on the year and won at Doha last month and St. Petersburg to close out January.

Victoria Azarenka

Azarenka is also returning to Indian Wells this year after giving birth to her son Leo in December 2016. She won the BNP Paribas Open final over Williams as an unseeded player in March 2016.

Indian Wells Prediction

I’m going with Elina Svitolina to meet Petra Kvitova in the WTA Finals at Indian Wells with the red-hot Kvitova coming out on top in three full sets. Both players have been on fire since the start of the year and have games that are well0suited to the fast hard courts in California.